1. Open Access Archaeology Digest #397

    Todays list of Open Access (free to read) Archaeology articles:

    STAC: The Severe Terrain Archaeological Campaign - investigation of stack sites of the Isle of Lewis 2003-2005
    http://bit.ly/12C9uBB

    A Roman vicus in Peckham
    http://bit.ly/1iMVgaX

    Where are the middens?: An overview of the archaeological evidence for shellfish exploitation along the northwestern Australian coastline
    http://bit.ly/1iMVgaZ

    Exclude the People Not Their Pots
    http://bit.ly/1iMVeQy

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  2. Open Access Archaeology Digest #396

    Get some Open Access (free to read) Archaeology articles here:

    A further note on the Biggar find
    http://bit.ly/12UZDdM

    Notes of an Examination of ‘The Devil’s Dyke’, in Dumfriesshire.
    http://bit.ly/16uGjBF

    Revisiting the Little Sycamore Site: An Early Period Millingstone Site along the Santa Monica Coastline
    http://bit.ly/MyOTex

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  3. Open Access Archaeology Digest #395

    Todays Open Access (free to read) Archaeology articles:

    Il complesso termale-terapeutico e cultuale di Campetti alla luce delle recenti scoperte.
    http://bit.ly/1c4WF5g

    Crown-post and king-strut roofs in south-east England [13th century and before]
    http://bit.ly/16LyiJK

    Excavation of Bookan chambered cairn, Sandwick, Orkney
    http://bit.ly/18kcAvs

    Early church architecture in Scotland
    http://bit.ly/17VlQsv

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  4. Open Access Archaeology Digest #394

    Today’s list of Open Access (free to read) articles:

    An application of Cumulative Viewshed Analysis to a medieval archaeological study: the beacon system of the Isle of Wight, United Kingdom
    http://bit.ly/183AbDh

    Grantham Parish Church
    http://bit.ly/YzaFSR

    Written sources in the service of archaeological research Scripta et effossiones: lecture work
    http://bit.ly/RCclLj

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  5. Open Access Archaeology Digest #393

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    [CERAMICS AND OBSIDIAN IN ISLAND SOUTHEAST ASIA AND OCEANIA] The development of the Mare pottery tradition in the Northern Moluccas
    http://bit.ly/1gJKz51

    Inaugural Address to the Annual Meeting of the Institute, held at Salisbury
    http://bit.ly/18Sor9R

    A Hoard of Anglo-Saxon Coins found at Iona Abbey
    http://bit.ly/18ghe3a

    The Pasguard, Garde de Cou, Brech-Rand, Stoss-Kragen or Randt, and the Volant Piece
    http://bit.ly/108NFpF

    Some Observations on the Brochs.
    http://bit.ly/11R5Y5w

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  6. Open Access Archaeology Digest #392

    Open Access (free to read) Archaeology articles:

    A Review of Techniques for the Graphical Display of Geophysical Data
    http://bit.ly/1nuHI4y

    Re-Excavation of the Chambered Cairn of Quoyness, Sanday, on behalf of the Ministry of Works, 1951-2 Notes by WELLS, L H and ZEUNER, F E
    http://bit.ly/15VpcKB

    The Boundary between Scotland and England in the Portolan Charts.
    http://bit.ly/1273WQe

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  7. Open Access Archaeology Digest #391

    Open Access (free to read) articles on archaeology:

    The Archaeology of Volcan Mountain, San Diego County: Results 1991-2002
    http://bit.ly/1gEoNPR

    Long Cist at Leuchars, Fife
    http://bit.ly/173MKRo

    Medieval Priests’ Houses in South-West England
    http://bit.ly/14mftPA

    Putney in the Dark Ages
    http://bit.ly/1dQOD4V

    Cross-Slabs recently discovered in the Isle of Man.
    http://bit.ly/ZuHnAq

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  8. Open Access Archaeology Digest #390

    Learn more about Archaeology, History, Anthropology, etc. Open Access (free to read) articles:

    Unscrambling the ‘Uplands’: Satellite Imagery and the Homs Basalts
    http://bit.ly/1ncr9wS

    Recognising and Controlling for Cultivation-Induced Patterning in Surface Artefact Distributions
    http://bit.ly/1ncra3I

    Update to bibliography of Southeast Asian palynology
    http://bit.ly/1ncra3M

    A beaker cist at Upper Muirhall, Perth [Late Northern beaker]
    http://bit.ly/17VlQsv

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  9. Open Access Archaeology Digest #389

    Open Access (free to read) archaeology articles for everyone:

    Excavation at Lintshie Gutter Unenclosed Platform Settlement, Crawford, Lanarkshire, 1991.
    http://bit.ly/X2QUBZ

    Who were the Professional North American Archaeologists of 1900? Clues from the Work of Warren K. Moorehead
    http://bit.ly/1cki7F0

    Excavations at the Buries, Repton
    http://bit.ly/181zagt

    Tellspotting
    http://bit.ly/1p7Kp0s

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  10. Open Access Archaeology Digest #388

    Get some Open Access (free to read) Archaeology articles here:

    Late Saxon textiles from the City of London [wool, goat hair, silk, flax: production processes; 11th century new technology]
    http://bit.ly/19zKrql

    Tell el-Balamun
    http://bit.ly/Qm80e2

    What do we teach? What do we know? A methodology for describing archaeological skills and knowledge
    http://bit.ly/1cmSBm4

    Notice of the Roman Altars, &c., presented by the Right Hon Sir George Clerk of Penicuik, Bart.
    http://bit.ly/YTOw0V

    The San Diego wreck site off Fortune Island, Philippines
    http://bit.ly/Qm80um

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  11. Open Access Archaeology Digest #387

    Get your Open Access (free to read) archaeology fix:

    Remarks on Medieval Heraldry, with a view to an Ordinary of Arms; and Suggestions for copying existing examples
    http://bit.ly/XKMKkG

    Concepts of Informational and Statistical Processing of Archaeological Data in the Computer Centre of the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography in Novosibirsk
    http://bit.ly/1924Noj

    The excavations at Cairnpapple Hill, West Lothian, 1947-1948
    http://bit.ly/173MKRo

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  12. Open Access Archaeology Digest #386

    Excellent Open Access (free to read) articles:

    Visualisation of Sherd Movement in the Plough Zone
    http://bit.ly/18kFboS

    Inventories of valuable effects of King Henry VIII in the Palace at Westminster
    http://bit.ly/16II81y

    Note of the Original Matrix of the Seal of the Burgh of Aberdeen, A.D. 1430.
    http://bit.ly/16uGjBF

    A Late Roman Military Site at London Docks
    http://bit.ly/161yjJ0

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  13. Open Access Archaeology Digest #385

    Excellent Open Access (free to read) articles:

    John Halsham’: the perfect countryman.
    http://bit.ly/15kLVfA

    A Barrow at Dunstable, Bedfordshire
    http://bit.ly/17NTGkR

    British Museum Expedition to Elkab and Hagr Edfu 2011
    http://bit.ly/1kenAUc

    Notes on further Excavations at Burghead.
    http://bit.ly/1aAAPLd

    CHINESE CERAMICS AND THE ECONOMICS OF EARLY SOUTHEAST ASIAN URBANISATION, 14TH TO 16TH CENTURIES
    http://bit.ly/1kenBay

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  14. Open Access Archaeology Digest #384

    Open Access (free to read) articles on archaeology:

    Medieval industry in the Walbrook valley
    http://bit.ly/127xhq9

    Development of Theory in California Archaeology, 1966-1991
    http://bit.ly/1iyUYAx

    Excavations at Beddington, 1981
    http://bit.ly/1dtxX0n

    Extracts from original Records relating to the Burning of Lepers in the reign of Edward II
    http://bit.ly/ZW1Q8c

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  15. Open Access Archaeology Digest #383

    Open Access (free to read) articles on archaeology:

    Beachdan Ura a Inbhir Nis/ New Opinions from Inverness’: Alexander MacBain (1855-1907) and the foundation of Celtic Studies in Scotland.
    http://bit.ly/1319ASB

    Iron Age Site at Bedfont
    http://bit.ly/1g9jLOF

    Military Communications in the East Anglian Fenland during the Roman period: an archaeological investigation of the Fen Causeway at Flag Fen, with a discussion of the road’s origins
    http://bit.ly/1g9jLOJ

    London Oil Jars in the 1840’s
    http://bit.ly/12NvkGY

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